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Publications:  Dr Stephan Dickert

Rubaltelli E, Hysenbelli D, Dickert S, Mayorga M, Slovic P(2020). Asymmetric cost and benefit perceptions in willingness-to-donate decisions. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making vol. 33, (3) 304-322.
Thürridl C, Kamleitner B, Ruzeviciute R, Süssenbach S, Dickert S(2020). From happy consumption to possessive bonds: When positive affect increases psychological ownership for brands. Journal of Business Research vol. 107, 89-103.
HAGMAN W, ERLANDSSON A, DICKERT S, TINGHÖG G, VÄSTFJÄLL D(2019). The effect of paternalistic alternatives on attitudes toward default nudges. Behavioural Public Policy1-24.
Costantini A, Dickert S, Ceschi A, Sartori R(2018). Psychological processes underlying organizational reward management The role of perceived organizational support and effort-reward management. The Routledge Companion to Reward Management,
Dickert S, Ashby NJS, Dickert A(2018). Trading under the influence: The effects of psychological ownership on economic decision-making. Psychological Ownership and Consumer Behavior,
Hermstrüwer Y, Dickert S(2017). Sharing is daring: An experiment on consent, chilling effects and a salient privacy nudge. International Review of Law and Economics vol. 51, 38-49.
Ceschi A, Costantini A, Dickert S, Sartori R(2017). The impact of occupational rewards on risk taking among managers. Journal of Personnel Psychology vol. 16, (2) 104-111.
Schaat S, Jager W, Dickert S(2017). Psychologically plausible models in agent-based simulations of sustainable behavior.
Scalco A, Ceschi A, Shiboub I, Sartori R, Frayret JM, Dickert S(2017). The implementation of the theory of planned behavior in an agent-based model forwaste recycling: A review and a proposal. Agent-Based Modeling of Sustainable Behaviors,
Ashby NJS, Jekel M, Dickert S, Glöckner A(2016). Finding the right fit: A comparison of process assumptions underlying popular drift-diffusion models. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn vol. 42, (12) 1982-1993.
Ceschi A, Sartori R, Dickert S, Costantini A(2016). Grit or Honesty-Humility? New Insights into the Moderating Role of Personality between the Health Impairment Process and Counterproductive Work Behavior. Frontiers in Psychology vol. 7, 1799-1799.
Bjälkebring P, Västfjäll D, Dickert S, Slovic P(2016). Response: Commentary: Greater Emotional Gain from Giving in Older Adults: Age-Related Positivity Bias in Charitable Giving. Front Psychol vol. 7, 1887-1887.
Bjälkebring P, Västfjäll D, Dickert S, Slovic P(2016). Greater emotional gain from giving in older adults: Age-related positivity bias in charitable giving. Frontiers in Psychology vol. 7, (JUN)
Dickert S, Kleber J, Västfjäll D, Slovic P(2016). Mental imagery, impact, and affect: A mediation model for charitable giving. PLoS ONE vol. 11, (2)
Schaat S, Wilker S, Miladinovic A, DIckert S, Geveze E, Gruber V (2015). Modelling emotion and social norms for consumer simulations exemplified in social media. 2015 International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, ACII 2015. 851-856.
Kamleitner B, Dickert S(2015). The two faces of ownership: Introduction to the special section on ownership and economic decisions. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics vol. 58, 159-161.
Dickert S, Västfjäll D, Kleber J, Slovic P(2015). Scope insensitivity: The limits of intuitive valuation of human lives in public policy. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition vol. 4, (3) 248-255.
Ceschi A, Dorofeeva K, Sartori R, Dickert S, Scalco A (2015). A simulation of householders’ recycling attitudes based on the theory of planned behavior. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. vol. 372, 177-184.
Ceschi A, Scalco A, Dickert S, Sartori R (2015). Compassion and prosocial behavior. Is it possible to simulate them virtually?. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. vol. 372, 207-214.
Schaat S, Miladinovi¿ A, Wilker S, Kollmann S, Dickert S, Geveze E, Gruber V (2015). Emotion in consumer simulations for the development and testing of recommendations for marketing strategies. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series. vol. 2015-September, 25-32.
Kamleitner B, Dickert S, Falahrastegar M, Haddadi H (2013). Information bazaar: A contextual evaluation. HotPlanet 2013 - Proceedings of the 5th, 2013 ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Hot Topics in Planet-Scale Measurement. 57-62.
Kleber J, Dickert S, Betsch T(2013). The influence of differential focus on the endowment effect in risky objects. Swiss Journal of Psychology vol. 72, (3) 159-164.
Kleber J, Dickert S, Peters E, Florack A(2013). Same numbers, different meanings: How numeracy influences the importance of numbers for pro-social behavior. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology vol. 49, (4) 699-705.
Fiedler S, Glöckner A, Nicklisch A, Dickert S(2013). Social Value Orientation and information search in social dilemmas: An eye-tracking analysis. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes vol. 120, (2) 272-284.
Dickert S, Slovic P(2013). Attentional mechanisms in the generation of sympathy. The Feeling of Risk: New Perspectives on Risk Perception,
Dickert S, Västfjäll D, Kleber J, Slovic P(2012). Valuations of human lives: Normative expectations and psychological mechanisms of (ir)rationality. Synthese vol. 189, (1) 95-105.
Rubaltelli E, Dickert S, Slovic P(2012). Response mode, compatibility, and dual-processes in the evaluation of simple gambles: An eye-tracking investigation. Judgment and Decision Making vol. 7, (4) 427-440.
Ashby NJS, Dickert S, Glöckner A(2012). Focusing on what you own: Biased information uptake due to ownership. Judgment and Decision Making vol. 7, (3) 254-267.
Dickert S, Herbig B, Glöckner A, Gansen C, Portack R (2012). The More the Better? Effects of Training, Experience and Information Amount in Legal Judgments. pp. 223-233. Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob ,
Ashby NJS, Glöckner A, Dickert S(2011). Conscious and unconscious thought in risky choice: Testing the capacity principle and the appropriate weighting principle of unconscious thought theory. Frontiers in Psychology vol. 2, (OCT)
Dickert S, Slovic P(2011). Unstable values in lifesaving decisions. Frontiers in Psychology vol. 2, (NOV)
Dickert S, Sagara N, Slovic P(2011). Affective motivations to help others: A two-stage model of donation decisions. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making vol. 24, (4) 361-376.
Dickert S, Kleber J, Peters E, Slovic P(2011). Numeracy as a precursor to pro-social behavior: The impact of numeracy and presentation format on the cognitive mechanisms underlying donation decisions. Judgment and Decision Making vol. 6, (7) 638-650.
Dickert S, Sagara N, Slovic P(2011). Affective motivations to help others a two-stage model of donation decisions. The Science of Giving: Experimental Approaches to the Study of Charity,
Yau JYK, Joy M, Dickert S(2010). A mobile context-aware framework for managing learning schedules - data analysis from a diary study. Educational Technology and Society vol. 13, (3) 22-32.
Dickert S(2009). Measuring affect and emotions in decision making: The affective side of intuitive information processing. Foundations for Tracing Intuition: Challenges and Methods,
Dickert S, Slovic P(2009). Attentional mechanisms in the generation of sympathy. Judgment and Decision Making vol. 4, (4) 297-306.
Dickert S, Slovic P (2008). Attentional mechanisms in the generation of sympathy. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. vol. 43, 268-268.
Peters E, Västfjäll D, Slovic P, Mertz CK, Mazzocco K, Dickert S(2006). Numeracy and decision making. Psychological Science vol. 17, (5) 407-413.
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